A film by Israeli filmmaker Yoav Shamir meant to consider whether anti-semitism
is still a problem on the planet in this day and age. Interesting interviews
with members of the Jewish Defence League and Jewish Rabbis and Professors etc.
Also an interesting trip to Poland by a group of young Jewish people looking to
experience memories of Jews who had been there during the holocaust. Explores
both sides of issues facing Israel and the Jewish people, showing many points of
disagreement between Jews themselves at times over what it is they face and what
to do about it. One such comment which stands out is when a young Jewish woman
says "when I see on the news that they have demolished another home belonging to
an Arab I say - let them do it! Jews suffered even more than that in our history
as a Jewish people". While another young Jewish woman says "she'd like to kill
all the heirs of the [Germans] that had been their enemies"
So a lot of controversy in this documentary - initially viewed at kanopy.com
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Michael Rizzo Chessman
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